Analysis and results of the Sn-104 Coulomb excitation experiment

G. Guastalla, D.D. DiJulio, M. Gorska, J. Cederkall, P. Boutachkov, P. Golubev, S. Pietri, H. Grawe, F. Nowacki, A. Algora, F. Ameil, T. Arici, A. Atac, M.A. Bentley, A. Blazhev, D. Bloor, S. Brambilla, N. Braun, F. Camera, C. Domingo PardoA. Estrade, F. Farinon, J. Gerl, N. Goel, J. Grebosz, T. Habermann, R. Hoischen, K. Jansson, J. Jolie, A. Jungclaus, I. Kojouharov, R. Knoebel, R. Kumar, J. Kurcewicz, N. Kurz, N. Lalovic, E. Merchan, K. Moschner, F. Naqvi, B.S. Nara Singh, J. Nyberg, C. Nociforo, A. Obertelli, M. Pfuetzner, N. Pietralla, Z. Podolyak, A. Prochazka, D. Ralet, P. Reiter, D. Rudolph, H. Schaffner, F. Schirru, L. Scruton, T. Swaleh, J. Taprogge, R. Wadsworth, N. Warr, H. Weick, A. Wendt, O. Wieland, J.S. Winfield, H.J. Wollersheim

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The analysis of the Coulomb excitation experiment conducted on 104Sn required a strict selection of the data in order to reduce the large background present in the γ-ray energy spectra and identify the γ-ray peak corresponding to the Coulomb excitation events. As a result the B(E2; 0+ → 2+) value could be extracted, which established the downward trend towards 100Sn and therefore the robustness of the N=Z=50 core against quadrupole excitations.
Original languageEnglish
Article number012047
Number of pages4
JournalJournal of Physics: Conference Series
Publication statusPublished - 2014
Externally publishedYes


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